The Bulletin

Parental notification in Loudoun schools and more Va. headlines

By: - December 1, 2022 7:45 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• Fresh off a hard-fought election win, Virginia Rep. Abigail Spanberger wants to fill a new “battleground” leadership position for the U.S. House Democrats. “We have a front-row seat to the concerns of swing voters and voters from various backgrounds and political viewpoints.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• The Loudoun County School Board approved a policy requiring parental notification for sexually explicit reading assignments.—Washington Post

• Warrenton’s interim town manager says the town Planning Commission violated state law when it chose to indefinitely delay a vote on a plan for an Amazon data center instead of voting it up or down.—Prince William Times

• Officials say they have no leads in the theft of a lynching memorial that was recently put up in Wise County.—Bristol Now

• “The race is on to save a popular gamebird in Virginia.”—WFXR


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